Ayuntamiento de El Burgo de Ebro

Involvement in the project

The municipality of El Burgo de Ebro (Zaragoza), where the energy valorisation plant is located, is a relevant agricultural area with an extended network of country roads which demand a lot of expenditures in maintenance works.

El Burgo de Ebro is a young municipality born at the beginning of the 19th century as a consequence of the suppression of the jurisdictional dominions by the Cortes de Cádiz, since until then it had depended on the Council of Zaragoza.

Since then, it has embarked on a path that, in recent years, has led it, with effort, to a balanced and harmonious development that seeks to integrate its origins as an agricultural and coastal centre, its history and its traditions with a vigorous industrialization that fills its future with expectations of demographic growth and economic development.

It already has more than 1,850 inhabitants and from being a municipality traditionally dedicated to irrigated agriculture, it has moved on to reorient its main activity towards the industrial and tertiary sectors, with two booming industrial estates already consolidated (“La Noria-Vadillo” and “El Espartal”), and others that are in an advanced stage of implementation (“El Espartal II” to mention just one of them). The municipal policy of attracting industry and the installation of large companies such as SAICA or ICT in the municipal area has contributed decisively to this.

Municipality of El Burgo de Ebro and Government of Aragón supporting the demonstration activities and potential adopters of the circular models.

Public Authorities

Public Authorities

Ayuntamiento de El Burgo de Ebro

Involvement in the project

The municipality of El Burgo de Ebro (Zaragoza), where the energy valorisation plant is located, is a relevant agricultural area with an extended network of country roads which demand a lot of expenditures in maintenance works.

The Company

El Burgo de Ebro is a young municipality born at the beginning of the 19th century as a consequence of the suppression of the jurisdictional dominions by the Cortes de Cádiz, since until then it had depended on the Council of Zaragoza.

Since then, it has embarked on a path that, in recent years, has led it, with effort, to a balanced and harmonious development that seeks to integrate its origins as an agricultural and coastal centre, its history and its traditions with a vigorous industrialization that fills its future with expectations of demographic growth and economic development.

It already has more than 1,850 inhabitants and from being a municipality traditionally dedicated to irrigated agriculture, it has moved on to reorient its main activity towards the industrial and tertiary sectors, with two booming industrial estates already consolidated (“La Noria-Vadillo” and “El Espartal”), and others that are in an advanced stage of implementation (“El Espartal II” to mention just one of them). The municipal policy of attracting industry and the installation of large companies such as SAICA or ICT in the municipal area has contributed decisively to this.

Businesses

Sustainability

Municipality of El Burgo de Ebro and Government of Aragón supporting the demonstration activities and potential adopters of the circular models.